Did you by any chance mean falcons?
- n. Plural form of favicon.
“In several cases party logos appeared on the "links" page of the websites, in two cases they appeared in "favicons" - an image which typically appears in the address bar at the top of the page.”
“They’re called favicons, and as you can see or as you might see, if you clear your cache I’ve added one to backwardscity.blogspot.com and backwardscity.net.”
“The tab bar can still be slid open to reveal thumbnail previews, though in the beta, Web pages 'icons ( "favicons") have returned to accompany their title bars.”
“By all means get rid of those useless, space and memory consuming 'favicons' (website icons), they will slow down Safari.”
“favicons' (website icons), they will slow down Safari.”
“I like the way your favicons are sitting up next to the address bar.”
“Better GReader: Preview web pages inline in Google Reader, collapse the header and sidebar for more reading area, add favicons to feed subscriptions and more with Better GReader.”
“As I have quite a few favicons, I'd be interested in decreasing the gap between them, even if they stay under the address bar.”
“April 22, 2010 at 1: 59 AM what extension are they using in the screenshot to make the tabs just the favicons?”
Looking for tweets for favicons.